Critically endangered.

Madhuca diplostemon (C.B.Clarke) P.Royen, Blumea 10: 78 1960. (syn: Diospyros obovata Wight; Isonandra diplostemon C.B.Clarke);

Distribution: Kollam, Kerala


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Rediscovery of Madhuca diplostemon after a hiatus of 184 years : 5 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (2) – Rediscovery of Madhuca diplostemon.pdf- 1 mb.

Please find attached research article of a rare tree representing by only ONE INDIVIDUAL in the whole world. One of the most threatened species….


Thanks a lot, Santhosh ji and the team for their wonderful efforts.


 




References:

Rediscovery of Madhuca diplostemon (Sapotaceae) -a threatened species of the Western Ghats, India, after a hiatus of 184 years– Shailajakumari S, Santhosh Kumar E.S., A.K. Sreekala and Parthipan B- October 2020 Rheedea 30(3):383-387

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